syntax to enable AUTOMATIC backup for file server settings

According to the document of the oracle's RMAN can be configured to automatically back up the control file and the server settings file every time that metadata from database structure in control of changes in the file and each time a backup folder is added. Automatic backup RMAN can recover data even if the current control file and catalog file server settings are lost. »

I found the instruction for the control file, like:

but, what is the syntax to enable AUTOMATIC backup for file server settings?

help please, thank you!

automatic backup will take place of the control file and SPFILE. also whenever you have a backup statement in your RMAN script (e.g. database backup more archive), an automatic backup will be generated.

To activate the automatic backup of control file:


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